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Battle of Ghagra

The battle of Ghagra took place between Babur and Afghans.

Muhammad Lodi, brother of Ibrahim Lodi wanted to take revange against Babur.

He took refuge in Bihar and estanblished his position there. He gathered one lakh army.

He marched with his army towards Banaras and from there he reached chunar and seized it.

Babur wanted to crush the Afghans completely and marched towards Bengal.

In the Battle of Ghagra that took place on 6th May 1529 Afghans were completely defeated.

Babur entered into a Treaty with Nusrat Shah.